The Goforth name is found among the Chickasaw, as well as the Choctaw Nations.
Billly Goforth was of the Choctaw Nation, shown to have voted in 1872 and again in 1833 ( at Pigeon Roost, Blue County, Indian Territory). Billy had one daughter named Mary who married James Sebastian Wheeler, a Cherokee Indian, in 1869. One year later, Mary died.
Eli P. Goforth was of the Chickasaw Nation, who lived at Wapanucka in 1902. His mother was Louisa Goforth. He married Sophia and they had one daughter named Ruth Goforth who was born in 1902.
John Goforth a Chickasaw Indian, long with his wife, Mowah, sold property in Marshall County, Mississippi on April 5, 1836. Also, there is a John S. Goforth ( presumed to be the same man) who served in the 2nd A;abama Volunteers in the Creek War. He was listed on the census of Marshall County, Mississippi in 1830.
Joseph H. Goforth was a Choctaw who was dead by 1904. Among his heirs were Jesse and Irene Goforth of Durant ( Ok.). He was a brother to William H. Goforth.
Solomon Goforth was Chickasaw-Choctaw Indian, enrolled on the 1857-1860 annuity rolls of the Chhichasaw Nation. He was the father of Levi P. Goforth who died in 1899, and John H. Goforth.
William Gofofth, a Chickasaw Indian, lived in Kiamitia County ( I.T.) in 1855. In his household was Louisa, his wife, and a son, Eli P. Goforth.
William H. Goforth, a Chickasaw Indian was born in 1860, in 1883 he wasliving in Kiamitia County ( I.T.) He married four times, two wives are not named, the others were Sophia Nelson, and Alba Wilfong. Alba was his last wife, who he married in 1889.